What Will Replace 3D Printing?

What Will Replace 3D Printing?

Researchers are already working on a replacement for the increasingly popular technology, using special universal building blocks called Voxels.

Joris Peels
  • 10 august 2010

There is currently a lot of hype with regards to 3D printing. Researchers are however already working on a replacement technology. Hod Lipson & Jon Hiller of Cornell, working on a concept by MIT’s Neil Gershenfeld, are developing rapid assemblers.

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